Myanmar offensive: Rohingya Muslims caught in the crossfire

The recent security operation launched by Myanmar's security forces is raising new concerns for the safety of Rohingya Muslims

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    The recent security operation launched by Myanmar's security forces is raising new concerns about the safety of Rohingya Muslims.

    Rakhine state is home to about one million of the ethnic minority, but the government does not recognise them.

    Florence Looi reports from the state capital Sittwe.


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